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News Climate events at the World Water Week in Stockholm

This year, the World Water Week in Stockholm – held August 26-31 - will organise a large number of climate related events. Join 2500 experts, practitioners and decision makers from around the globe, as they gather in Stockholm to find joint solutions to the world’s most urgent challenges related to climate, water, environment and development.

Explore the full programme and practical information at Register before 30 June to take advantage of the discounted early bird fee

Climate related events at the 2012 World Water Week in Stockholm:

Beyond Climate Uncertainty: Can We Build Resilience in Infrastructure?


Smallholder Agriculture + Water = Solutions to Rural Poverty & Hunger


Safeguarding Water Resilience for Food Security in the Anthropocene


Water for Climate Adaptation and Mitigation - Linking Policy and Implementation


Eye on Asia: Food and Water Security (Part I)


Going to Scale with Poor-Inclusive Integrated Sanitation in Urban Areas


Workshop: Towards a green economy - the water-food-energy nexus


Climate Services and Early Warning Systems for Water in Agriculture


Eye on Asia: Water and Food Security (Part II)


Workshop: Rainfed production under growing rain variability: closing the yield gap


Catalysing Funding, Innovation and Advocacy: U.S. Philanthropy and WASH


The Future Green and Resilient City


Focus Latin America: Relationship between Climate Change, Water and Food Security in the Americas


Upscaling Water Storage Solutions: The Economic Potential


A New Climate for Business: Seeking Profits in a Shifting Waterscape


Managing the Vulnerable Water-Food Nexus in the Andes and Himalayas


The World Water Week in Stockholm is the leading annual meeting place for global water, environment and development issues. Bringing together participants from across sectors and regions, the World Water Week is a platform for policy development, knowledge exchange and partnership building.

Contact information Ms Lovisa Selander Communications Manager Stockholm International Water Institute Drottninggatan 33, SE-111 51 Stockholm, Sweden (email:
Phone: +46-(0)8-52213986 Mobile: +46-(0)739143986 Skype: siwi.lovisa.selander
News type Inbrief
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Source of information SIWI
Geographical coverage Sweden,
News date 28/06/2012
Working language(s) ENGLISH